Thorsten | 13 Feb 10:38 2012

No ESS autoloads?


Hello list, 
I try to mix the emcas24-starter-kit with el-get, i.e. I use el-get for
all the packages I can't get from elpa instead of simply putting the .el
files into the starter-kit src folder like recommended. 

But some el-get recipes did not work for me (magit [on elpa too] and
emacs-goodies-el), others produce no working autoloads (e.g. ESS) so I
have to require the packages.    

Am I the only one having this problems?

cheers
Thorsten

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Dimitri Fontaine | 19 Feb 12:42 2012

Re: No ESS autoloads?

Hi,

Thorsten <quintfall@...> writes:
> I try to mix the emcas24-starter-kit with el-get, i.e. I use el-get for
> all the packages I can't get from elpa instead of simply putting the .el
> files into the starter-kit src folder like recommended. 

Nice use caseĀ :)

> But some el-get recipes did not work for me (magit [on elpa too] and
> emacs-goodies-el), others produce no working autoloads (e.g. ESS) so I
> have to require the packages.    
>
> Am I the only one having this problems?

I'm surprised because I use both those recipes without problem. Care to
expand on how you use them, what you expect to happen and what happens
instead?

Regards,
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Thorsten | 24 Feb 20:00 2012

Re: No ESS autoloads?

Dimitri Fontaine <dim@...> writes:

Hi,
sorry for my late reply

> Thorsten <quintfall@...> writes:
>> I try to mix the emcas24-starter-kit with el-get, i.e. I use el-get for
>> all the packages I can't get from elpa instead of simply putting the .el
>> files into the starter-kit src folder like recommended. 
>
> Nice use caseĀ :)

Since el-get sits kind of on top of elpa, and the emacs24-starter-kit
uses elpa for package management, my original idea was to do everthing
(possible) in el-get and use elpa or downloading sources to the /src
directory of the starter-kit only if necesary. 

>> But some el-get recipes did not work for me (magit [on elpa too] and
>> emacs-goodies-el), others produce no working autoloads (e.g. ESS) so I
>> have to require the packages.    
>>
>> Am I the only one having this problems?
>
> I'm surprised because I use both those recipes without problem. Care to
> expand on how you use them, what you expect to happen and what happens
> instead?

Then I installed ess, magit and emacs-goodies-el with el-get, but the
autoloads didn't work. The files were downloaded like some other
libraries, but there was either no mentioning at all or only
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